Baseball Youth events include individual player opportunities such as the Baseball Youth All-American Games and BY ELITE teams. Baseball Youth was founded in 2005 with the idea to provide media coverage and additional opportunities to the youth baseball market. Whether it’s hosting some of the nation’s most competitive tournaments, engaging with players, coaches and parents around the world, or covering the game’s most important developments, Baseball Youth is your hub for everything the youth game has to offer. Baseball Youth is a current partner of Minor League Baseball and is owned and operated by the Athletx Sports Group.

The Baseball Youth All-American Games is an invite-only event and features hundreds of outstanding players from around the nation and the globe, as international players are commonly part of the All-American Games. Participants can expect to be placed on a team with new friends from coast to coast and battle other squads in their graduating class during pool & bracket elimination play. Every player will also go through Baseball Youth’s skill measurements to see how their numbers match up with their classmates’. Two custom All-American Games jerseys, a flex-fit Baseball Youth hat, rocking Opening Ceremonies and more are also part of the awesome experience!

Play with Baseball Youth and compete in national tournaments at The Ripken Experience, Disney’s ESPN Wide World of Sports, Ballparks of America, and other well-known locations.

HOW TO PLAY WITH BASEBALL YOUTH: Players that play on our Baseball Youth teams are selected from our National Player Ranking Database. To be considered it’s highly recommended that the player goes to our All-American Games, which are hosted all over the country, to enable our scouts to see them compete against premier talent. Anyone can also nominate a player at any time.

Our Baseball Youth teams are known to finish high in some of the top events at The Ripken Experience, ESPN Wide World of Sports, Ballparks of America, and more.

MEET THE BASEBALL YOUTH TEAM

Allison Honkofsky
Taber Klinglesmith

Hey Everyone! Please, call me Allie and avoid the ridiculous last name 🙂 I recently relocated my family to Louisville to begin this position as the Director of Fastpitch Softball. I have spent the last 10 years coaching Division I softball and am so excited about this new venture! I genuinely love the game and sharing that love with other coaches, athletes and parents across the country at our events. I have two beautiful children that have changed my life – daughter, Brooks Vivian and son, Bruder Reid and enjoy carting them around while traveling to new places in my free time.

What is your favorite sports movie, and which character would you be in it?
My favorite sports movie is obviously, “A League of Their Own.” I’d like to think I would be Dottie Hinson, because she’s the superstar of the league. But in all reality, I am probably Doris Murphy – the one that steps in when Jimmy Dugan can’t perform his management duties. Plus – she’s a heck of an infielder 🙂

What is the wisest thing anyone has ever told you?
I consider my father to be a very zen, wise man. He always tells me “things are so much more beautiful when you have to work for them.” I think of that saying a lot during any time of struggle, and it helps me get to the other side.

My Name Is Taber Klinglesmith. Played baseball at Crown College(MN). I have been a High school coach for the last 8 years. I’m very thankful for the places and people the game of baseball has allowed me to go and meet. I am a fan of the Los Angeles Lakers, St.Louis Cardinals, and Pittsburgh Steelers. Looking forward to working with all the Baseball Youth Family.

Who is your favorite athlete?
My favorite athlete is Lebron James Because he’s the Greatest Of All Time.

What was the best advice you ever received?
The Best advice I’ve ever received was from Stan Hardin and he told me “Son, you gotta learn to be where your feet are.” Has stuck with me ever since.

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Baseball Youth is the Nation’s Largest Youth Baseball Network, featuring a media presence that includes baseballyouth.com, social media platforms (over 350,000 followers), Baseball Youth TV, and sponsored driven Baseball Youth Fanfest setups. Baseball Youth was founded in 2005 with the idea to provide media coverage and additional opportunities to the youth baseball market.

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